Updated: 21/9/21

Dozens of Hong Kong companies have launched lucky draws for fully vaccinated Hongkongers as part of a government campaign to boost vaccinations before September. Prizes on offer range from taels of gold to free insurance coverage.

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HKFP rounds up the lucky draws already open to the fully vaccinated.

Luxury flat and cash

A lucky draw sponsored by Ng Teng Fong Foundation, Sino Group and Chinese Estates Holding Limited offers a grand prize of a HK$10 million apartment to a Hong Kong permanent resident and HK$100,000 worth of credit to 20 other winners. Extra prizes, including a flat at Grand Central, Kwun Tong, were added for a round in early September.

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Photo: Lucky Draw website.

The cash credit is open to all fully vaccinated Hong Kong residents aged 18 and over as of September 1, including foreign domestic workers. Winners will be announced in The Standard and Sing Tao on September 13.

Sun Hung Kai’s daily draw

Sun Hung Kai Properties has announced an assortment of almost 7,000 prizes totalling HK$10 million, including and an iPhone 12. Others include a luxury staycation and hotel and dining coupons. The raffle will announce one winner per day until August 31. Only Hong Kong permanent residents over 18 are eligible to enter the draw.

Genting Dream cruises

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Photo: Dream Cruises website.

Dream Cruises are offering three lucky winners “Super Seacations” on luxury cruise ship Genting Dream. Top prize is an “all-you-can-eat” annual pass valued at HK$3.8 million while four others may win a 2-night stay for up to six people. Entries close on July 30.

Worldwide Shangri-la stays

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Photo: Shangri-la’s website.

The five-star hotel is offering a year’s worth of stays across its network of over 100 locations across the world. Apply by August 31. The group is also offering exclusive staycation deals for fully vaccinated people at both Island and Kowloon hotels.

Taels of gold

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Photo: Henderson Development’s website.

Henderson Development Group is handing out taels of gold along with vouchers and coupons. One tael of gold will be awarded fortnightly from July 8 until September 20, when a grand prize of up to 60 taels of gold and other cash prizes will be drawn. All fully vaccinated Hong Kong residents aged 18 and over are eligible.

Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce raffle

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Photo: HKGCC website.

The HKGCC is offering an assortment of prizes, including MTR tickets, Cathay Pacific business class tickets, movie tickets, and dining and shopping vouchers. The seven rounds of lucky draws will be held between July and September.

ChinaChem Group

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Photo: ChinaChem website.

The Chinachem Group is offering prizes including hotel staycations, year-round buffet passes, and movie tickets, as well as HK$1,000 shopping vouchers to spend at their malls.

Free health coverage

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Photo: Provincial Insurance website.

Prudential is offering 10 winners 10 years worth of health coverage for up to HK$12 million and another 10 winners 10 years worth of travel coverage, including up to HK$1.2 million worth of travel insurance for unlimited travels within one year.

Towngas shopping vouchers

Towngas is giving away 50 HK$10,000 shopping vouchers and 2,500 HK$1,00 shopping vouchers to spend on food and dining, electronics and health and beauty products from its Towngas Fun online platform.

China Construction Bank

The bank has announced over 500 cash prizes, ranging from a grand prize of HK$128,000 to a consolation prize of HK$800.

Tesla from Goodman

Goodman group is offering up to HK$1 million in prizes, including a Tesla Model 3 Long Range. Other prizes include HK$20,000 Lane Crawford vouchers and HK$10,000 Ikea vouchers. Open to Hong Kong residents who are 18 and above by September 2.

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Photo: Goodman Group.

Lifetime meals at Kam Kee Cafe

The local cha chaan teng is offering one winner a lifetime’s worth of meals at its eateries, capped at HK$3,000 per month.

Second prize is one year of free meals, while third is three months of free noms. Open to holders of a valid Hong Kong identity card.


TCL Technology is offering a 55 inch LCD TV to the winner of its lucky draw.

Sasa cash coupons

Sasa is offering up to HK$1 million worth of coupons for its stores, split into ten winners of HK$100,000 to be announced weekly from August 2.

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Photo: Sasa.

HK$20 million from the Li Ka-shing

Three companies and foundations linked to the city’s richest man is offering a total of HK$20 million worth of CK Group vouchers. Open to Hong Kong residents who are an adult on or before August 31.

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Photo: Internet.

Chinese Gold and Silver Exchange

The exchange is offering 31 daily prizes.

Chinese Manufacturers’ Association

The association is offering an assortment of prizes, including massage chairs, a Nissan Serena e-Power, and up to HK$1 million of free spending credit.

3 Mobile

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Photo: 3 mobile.

3 Mobile is offering a 128 G iPhone 12 Pro to 33 winners. Other prizes include HK$800 handset discounts and an extra 33 GB of 5G data on your next contract renewal.

InterContinental dining coupons

K.Wah International has launched a raffle for HK$1 million worth of international dining coupons for restaurants at the InterContinental at Tsim Sha Tsui.

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre is offering a 33 different prizes valued at over HK$500,000 at its restaurants. Top prize is a year’s worth of unlimited dinner buffet for one person at Congress Plus.

Book vouchers from Sino United Publishing

Sino United Publishing aims to promote the “joy of reading” by launching HK$2 million worth of book vouchers for its stores across the city. Five HK$10,000 book vouchers and 950 HK$1,000 are still up for grabs.

Free Cathay Pacific private plane ride

Cathay Pacific
Photo: Cathay Pacific.

Cathay Pacific is offering one winner and their friends and family a private plane ride on its new A321neo aircraft. Other prizes include up to one million Asia Miles points. The lucky draw is open to all Hong Kong residents who are also Asia Miles or Marco Polo members and over 18 years old.

Spending Credit from the Hong Kong Association of Banks

Member banks have joined together to offer HK$6.5 million worth of prizes. 65 winners will be entitled to choose between HK$100,000 of spending credit or shopping vouchers.

Free tours with the Hong Kong Tourism Board

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Photo: Hong Kong Tourism Board.

In the absence of international travel tours during the pandemic, the tourism board has launched a raffle for free tours across the city, including visits to fishermen villages, bouldering sites, and farms in Kam Tin.

Regal Hotel accommodation and dining prizes

Regal Hotels has launched its lucky raffle featuring 1,154 accommodation and dining prizes worth over HK$2 million. Prizes include a year’s worth of stays at their iclub hotels and dinner buffet tickets.

Holiday in Japan with EGL

EGL is offering four lucky winners the chance to go stay at resorts in Osaka. Its 1,843 prizes also include a “seacation” and HK$500 travel vouchers.

Free flights with Hong Kong International Airport

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Photo: HKIA website.

50,000 free round-trip flights for various destinations in the Americas, Europe and Asia are up for grabs in the HKIA’s joint lucky draw with Cathay Pacific and HK Express. Entries are open to all Hong Kong residents until September 30.

Link shopping malls dining vouchers

Link, which owns around 100 shopping malls across the city, is offering 500 prizes, including HK$5,000 dining vouchers across Hong Kong, Kowloon and the New Territories and sets of récolte kitchen appliances. Registration ends on October 24.

Other groups have also announced lucky draws. Details will be released due course.

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Rhoda kwan

Rhoda Kwan

Rhoda Kwan is HKFP's Assistant Editor. She has previously written for TimeOut Hong Kong and worked at Meanjin, a literary journal. She holds a double bachelor’s degree in Law and Literature from the University of Hong Kong.